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This was compounded by sunburn though, and with use the inner shell has relaxed a little, making for a more comfortable fit. Under the chin skirt is a large red button — accessible with gloves on, it can be used to pump up a small bladder behind the cheek pads, creating a customisable fit that further prevents the helmet from rotating or shaking at speed. When I forget to use it, the Scorpion is still stable and comfortable, but when I do pump it up, it does give an even more secure feel.
Relaxed touring riders may find this too tight a helmet, but for faster riding, and track use, the fit — on my head at least — has proven good. I experienced no unusual howls, though I did occasionally get a slight squeak from the inside; moving the cheek pads — which float slightly, usually cured this. By John Milbank. Both visors have tear-off mounts.
Lining The lining is soft and comfortable, as well as removable, while the cheek pads have clearly labelled and easy to use emergency tabs, making it a safer process for the helmet to be taken off in the event of an accident. Recommended articles. Tested: Shark Evo-One helmet review. Tested: Shark Spartan helmet review. Motorcycle helmet reviews. Bottom line on this one? See the Summary Table at the end of this page for a description of our rating system.
But the EXO-R bucks the trend. The shell sizing and proportions appear very trim and the XL looks more like a size M, which will also please a lot of owners. The padding is generous, although the fit slightly masks the comfort. This is a finger-operated pump inside the chin bar that fills the cheek pads with air to give a custom fit. Again, try it — you may like it. But the visibility in both the horizontal and vertical planes for the EXO-R seems about average, which fits the racing helmet paradigm because the designers need to minimize the size of the openings to improve structural rigidity.
The face shield on the EXO-R has an easy-to-use lever on the left that acts as a lock and also to lift the face shield slightly for defogging. It lifts through 5 detents with a solid feel. Replacing the face shield is a simple matter of pushing the two tabs into the spring-loaded clips on each side. The helmet comes with a clear face shield and they even throw in a dark tint face shield for free in the box in a fabric pouch. The face shield is labeled as meeting VESC-8 standards and this one measures 2.
The eye port has a full surround gasket that seals tightly against the face shield to pass our water entry test. The top vents, chin vent and brow vent also close tightly so the EXO-R is a good choice for wet-weather riding. The top vents on the EXO-R have a different design that incorporates a sort-of Venturi exhaust system out the back. Each of the two vents has a two-position slider that positively closes the vent or opens it for air intake.
The vents work exceptionally well and provide outstanding upper ventilation, especially when the head is tilted forward as it would be for racing or on a sportbike. Lots of air can be felt flowing through the helmet and out the back. The brow vent directs air down through two openings along the top of the eye port and possibly elsewhere in the helmet. The EXO-R seems about average for noise levels. There is a fairly deep ear pocket on each side for a speaker do MotoGP racers listen to music while riding?!
Turbulence from a windscreen seems well controlled however and the EXO-R is probably quieter than most racing helmets. Overall, we rate the EXO-R as about average for noise control which, considering that this helmet is designed for racing, is actually pretty good. Scorpion has a five year warranty from date of purchase or 7 years from date of manufacture. Face shields have a one year warranty from original purchase date. The Scorpion EXO-R is a fresh new design that brings a rich feature set to the racing helmet arena.
Typically, this type of helmet focuses on function, not features, but the EXO-R has everything a street rider needs. Rick K. Last updated: March 13, Review Summary. Reader Rating 0 Votes. Buy Now. Top vents and brow vent on the EXO-R
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